Sollentuna Gosskör


On the 2nd and 3rd June, the Sollentuna Gosskör will be performing 2 concerts in Malta. The first will be held at the Safi Parish Church at 19h00 and the second will be held at the Birgu Parish Church at 18h30. 

This event is being held under the distinguished patronage of H.E. the President of Malta, Dr. George Abela.
No entrance tickets or fees are required, and the public is urged to attend. All donations collected on the night will go towards the Malta Community Chest Fund.
Sollentuna is a municipality in the Stockholm County (Sweden) made up of 5 districts with a population of 64,000 people.
The Sollentuna Gosskör (The Sollentuna Boys Choir) was founded in 1973 by Kurt Romberg, a musician in the Church of Sweden, in Sollentuna. The present conductors and musical leadership of the Sollentuna Gosskör is in the hands of Maria Nilsson and David Stadell.
Today the choir consists of 47 boys with ages ranging from 10 to 27 years.
The Sollentuna Gosskör has recorded 4 CDs and has performed on national television in Sweden.
The choir gives around 10 concerts per year both in Sweden and around Europe.
The choir has participated in a number of well-known pieces such as Mozart’s Requiem, Händel’s Messiah and Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana.